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<strong>Indian</strong> <strong>boxers</strong> cleared to fight under tricolour at Asiad

Indian boxers cleared to fight under tricolour at Asiad

16 Sep 2014

Mumbai: After giving provisional recognition to Boxing India, the sport's world body has now permitted Indian pugilists to take part in the Asian Games under the national tricolour.

Boxing India,   Asian Games,   International Boxing association,  
Asian Games: Jitu Rai leads <strong>Indian</strong> team to bronze

Asian Games: Jitu Rai leads Indian team to bronze

21 Sep 2014

Incheon: Jitu Rai on Sunday spearheaded India's 10 metre air pistol team to clinch the bronze medal in the 17th Asian Games but missed out on an individual medal finishing fifth at the Ongnyeon International Shooting Range in Incheon.

Incheon,   Jitu Rai,   10 metre air pistol team,   bronze medal,  17th Asian Games,   Ongnyeon International Shooting Range,   Samresh Jung,  
Parineeti, Aditya ring in early Diwali at Times Square

Parineeti, Aditya ring in early Diwali at Times Square

21 Sep 2014

New York: The colours and lights of India inundated Times Square in New York as hundreds of Indian-Americans gathered at the iconic city destination for an early start to Diwali festivities that brought together renowned artists from the Indian film industry, including Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapoor.

New York,   India,   Times Square,   Indian-Americans,   Diwali festivities,   Indian film industry,   Parineeti Chopra,   Aditya Roy Kapoor,  
AIBA tells Boxing India to take IOA membership

AIBA tells Boxing India to take IOA membership

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: After granting provisional recognition to Boxing India (BI), the International Boxing Association (AIBA) has now asked the newly-elected body to apply for IOA membership while making it clear that it would no longer deal with the ad-hoc committee which had been appointed for the sport.

AIBA,   IOA,   BI,   Boxing India,   IOA membership,   ad-hoc committee,   Sandeep Jajodia,   Indian boxers,  
Teacher Akhil, pupil Mandeep get set for same exam at Asiad

Teacher Akhil, pupil Mandeep get set for same exam at Asiad

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Ever heard of a teacher and a student appearing for the same exam? Well, come Asian Games, the boxing ring will present one such instance when the Indian duo of mentor Akhil Kumar and protege Mandeep Jangra fight it out for medals in their respective categories.

Asian Games,   boxing ring,   Akhil Kumar,   Mandeep Jangra,   Indian boxers,  
<strong>Indian</strong> lifters fail to impress at Asiad

Indian lifters fail to impress at Asiad

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian weightlifters began their Asian Games campaign on a disappointing note as all three participating contestants finished at the bottom half of the table in their respective categories in both men's and women's divisions at the Moonlight Festival Garden Weightlifting Venue on Saturday.

Incheon,   Indian weightlifters,   Asian Games,   India Asian Games,   Indian wrestling team,  
<strong>Indian</strong> women shuttlers assured of bronze in Asian Games

Indian women shuttlers assured of bronze in Asian Games

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: India on Saturday ended a 28-year-old medal drought in Asian Games badminton after the women's shuttlers, led by Saina Nehwal and P V Sindhu, edged out Thailand 3-2 to reach the semifinals of the women's team event.

Incheon,   India,   Asian Games,   Badminton,   Saina Nehwal,   PV Sindhu,  
Asian Games: <strong>Indian</strong> men struggle past Hong Kong in Volleyball opener

Asian Games: Indian men struggle past Hong Kong in Volleyball opener

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian spikers were given a tough time by an unfancied Hong Kong before they prevailed 3-1 in the opening group league game of the men's volleyball event at the 18th Asian Games.

Asian Games,   India Volleyball team,   Volleyball match,   18th Asian Games,   World volleyball,  
<strong>Indian</strong> women's tennis team beats Oman in Asiad opener

Indian women's tennis team beats Oman in Asiad opener

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: The Indian women's tennis team was off to a winning start in the 17th Asian Games as it blanked Oman 3-0 in the first round in Icheon on Saturday. Prarthana Gulabrao Thombare and Ankita Raina notched up contrasting singles victories before the pairing of Natasha Marie Anne Palha and Rishika Sunkara was handed a walkover in the doubles match.

Tennis team,   Asiad,   Indian tennis team,   17th Asian Games,   Women tennis team,  
Young <strong>Indian</strong> architect named 'leader of tomorrow' by Time Magazine

Young Indian architect named 'leader of tomorrow' by Time Magazine

20 Sep 2014

New York: A 28-year-old Indian architect has been named ‘young leader of tomorrow’ by Time magazine for his pioneering work in designing affordable flood-proof houses for slum dwellers.Alok Shetty is among ‘leaders of tomorrow’ who are ‘working hard to change their worlds today’ Time said as it named six inspirational young persons in its first class of ‘next generation leaders’.

Indian architect,   Leader of tomorrow,   Time magazine,   Alok Shetty,   Parinaam Foundation,  

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